Our Team of Veterinarians

dr. louis s. mogyoros: our team in wilton manors, fl

Dr. Louis S. Mogyoros, DVM

Since childhood, Dr. Mogyoros knew that he wanted to become a veterinarian. He always had a love for animals and science, so the decision to pursue veterinary medicine as a career was an easy one to make. After earning his DVM from Michigan State University, he joined the Arbor Pet Hospital team of veterinarians in 1978 with a special interest in general medicine and surgeries. He routinely completes dozens of hours of continuing education in teeth cleaning, treating allergies, and the use of digital imaging.

Dr. Mogyoros is an active member of multiple organizations, including AAHA, AVMA, FVMA, AVDS, AAFP, and BCVMA. As a result of his dedication and contributions to the veterinary industry, he has received the AAHA Excel Award, Florida Veterinary Medical Association’s Gold Star Award, and was past president of the BCVMA. His favorite part of being a veterinarian is helping pets and their owners, and the camaraderie of the practice team/family. Dr. Mogyoros is married with two sons and two dogs, Maya and Monet. In his spare time, he enjoys golfing.

dr. fumiko miyamoto

Dr. Fumiko Miyamoto, DVM

Dr. Miyamoto earned her DVM from Ross University. She is a member of the AVMA and BCVMA and attends the NAVC conference annually for continuing education. Dr. Miyamoto chose this career path because her father was a veterinarian and owned an animal hospital. In her job, she enjoys helping people understand why she does what she does and the importance of veterinary medicine. She is particularly good with emergency medicine as well as behavior issues with cats and dogs. Her favorite part of working here is the staff!

Dr. Miyamoto’s proudest achievement is becoming a U.S. citizen in July 2019. She lives with her three pets: two dogs named Mabel and Charlie and one cat named Tora. In her spare time, she enjoys reading (her favorite book is Of Mice & Men), quilting, relaxing, practicing yoga, and working out. She is also very skilled at playing the piano. Dr. Miyamoto has also traveled quite a bit, but two of her favorite places are Alaska and Kyoto. If she won a million dollars, she’d pay off her student loans and open a senior pet sanctuary.